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Percocet 10/325 User Reviews & Ratings

Percocet 10/325 has an average rating of 7.3 out of 10 from a total of 138 reviews on Drugs.com. 71% of reviewers reported a positive experience, while 21% reported a negative experience.

Reviews for Percocet 10/325

  • Jen
  • Taken for less than 1 month
  • August 12, 2020

For Chronic Pain "This is the 1st time I've been given this Camber brand of acetaminophen/oxycodone and it's like taking Tylenol. My pharmacy didn't have the Mallinckrodt in stock so I'll be switching to another pharmacy. This T194 seems like a placebo, no help with my pain at all. Very dissatisfied and this company should be ashamed!!!!! I'd give a Zero if I could !! If this message helps one person, then it was worth taking the time to review Camber's pain medication."

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  • 10...
  • Taken for 5 to 10 years
  • June 2, 2020

For Chronic Pain "I tried one time at a different pharmacy because I called beforehand to ask what brand they carried. They filled it grudgingly and made me feel like I belonged under a bridge with a heroin needle. But their brand, Rhodes, was still better than the Alvogen. I switched back to my old pharmacy who knew me for the crappier pills just to save myself the 'shame.' And that is wrong, and I shouldn’t have to do that or feel that way. Asking questions about the brand or asking anything about a narcotic seems to immediately put a label and a target on you. In the rare instance when my pharmacy received a different brand (KVT Tech, Mallinckrodt, Aurolife Pharma) they were all white oblong pills and worked well for my pain management. But of course that didn’t last, and the abrupt switch back to the round yellow Alvogen gave me withdrawals and pain again. I do not want to leave my doc and pharmacy because I have history there that has protected me from the medication shaming that is so rampant."

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  • NotHa...
  • Taken for 2 to 5 years
  • May 29, 2020

For Chronic Pain "There seems to be some sort of issue with either the amount of opioid medication in the pill causing these to be ineffective. In 2016, when the DEA cracked down on pain patients and doctors, the quality of medication plummeted. Most of these are coming from overseas but have received some from RI Pharma (Perdue Pharma generics umbrella company) and are complete garbage. Is there any oversight over these generics? Where is the confirmation that we are getting what we are paying for and most importantly, who is monitoring a safe materials supply from other countries? If so many people have noticed an inconsistency with their medications, I find it extremely difficult to believe that we all are wrong. Are there reports that these medications have been vetted and are safe for us Americans to continue to ingest? This should not be this difficult to verify that a medication indeed contains the correct ingredients and accurate levels of that active ingredients to verify that what's declared is actually in it."

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  • Saying...
  • Taken for 2 to 5 years
  • December 26, 2019

For Chronic Pain "Was taking Alvogen (India) brand of acetaminophen with oxycodone again after a REALLY bad experience with Camber/Ascent (Hetero is a parent company in India) and last month's refill caused the same negative issues as the Camber. Must be one manufacturer in India making ingredients for generic drug makers. Filed another complaint with the FDA's Medwatch (EVERYONE that has an issue with a med MUST do this) and spoke with another FDA pharmacist. Life is hard enough when you're chronically ill but when you have to fight for medication and can't get decent medication, it can make life unbearable. I will fight as long as I'm able. Search the net for what's going on with generics. It's eye-opening and very scary."

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  • Eliz
  • Taken for 1 to 2 years
  • September 8, 2019

For Pain "I have cancer pain and I've gotten generics from other companies, and when I got the RP 10/325 (Rhodes Pharmaceuticals L.P.?) ones, they do not work at all! I contacted the pharmaceutical company and filed a complaint. I've also contacted the FDA and filed a complaint, notified my pharmacist, and filed a complaint."

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  • Pepper
  • December 3, 2019

For Chronic Pain "I've been in pain management since 2009. I have chronic pain from a ruptured C6, ruptured L3, L4, L5, & sciatic pain with stenosis. I was taking the Mallinckrodt brand of acetaminophen and oxycodone & I've known my pharmacist at this particular for over a decade. He came down to the pharmacy consult area & told me that I should transfer my Rx's to a mom & pop so I could get a good brand. Well, I switched to a smaller pharmacy, and they used the RP little round 10/325 Percocets. Heck, the bottom of the bottle even looked like it was sand particles + they were irritating my throat. I asked my doctor about it & she told me to switch to another Ma & Pa pharmacy who used Alvogen (yellow) generic Percocets. They seem to work just fine & I haven't noticed any additional problems + my throat doesn't get sore. I never knew that these companies could/would make pills with so many different fillers & vary widely in strengths. As for me, the best brand of acetaminophen with oxycodone is the round yellow Alvogen 10/325 Percocets work good for me..."

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  • Ballg...
  • October 26, 2018

For Chronic Pain "I was on Percocet for 6 years. I started on 5/325 and ended on 10/325. I always took the Mallinckrodt, no matter which pharmacy I had to go to. They were the best for pain relief. My original pharmacy switched to an IP, and immediately I could tell the difference. I complained to my pharmacist, and I was not the only one to complain, so they switched back to the M357 10/325. My doctor stopped giving them to me in 2014. I went to the same doctor for 7 years and never once had an issue. He gave me 20 pills to wean me off after 6 years of taking 50 milligrams a day, 150 a month, that was it. I could not find another doctor to even talk about giving me my meds back. I was a construction worker for 30 years, I could still work and do my job until this happened, and since then, my life has been the pits. I blame the government and people who get pain meds and sell them. I've begged doctors to please give me my life back, and now I'm looked at like a drug addict."

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  • Joanna
  • Taken for 5 to 10 years
  • April 15, 2020

For Chronic Pain "I am finding a mixture of two different tablets in the same bottle, and I highly suspect that there are a number of false pills. I can tell the difference of the pills, and the fact that some of them do nothing for pain. The consistency and taste are different."

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  • Dolly
  • Taken for 5 to 10 years
  • March 28, 2019

For Chronic Pain "I have severe pain from bad injuries in my neck, back, and both knees. I was given Percocet 10/325 years ago. I must say it does help somewhat in combination with the others my doctor prescribed, but I honestly must say that some manufacturers do seem to work better than others. Why that is I am not certain, but I never had a problem with Camber. I do have a problem with the Mallinckrodt brand. It just doesn't seem to work for me very well, and I don't know why. I know that everyone on this earth is different, and so maybe that's why the same exact medications might work for some and might not work for others. I just noticed this problem since Walgreens switched the manufacturer to Mallinckrodt. But I notice that if you discuss it with your pharmacy, they act like you're not right upstairs or something. I mean, come on, it is a legitimate issue to bring up."

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  • Victim
  • Taken for 10 years or more
  • October 20, 2019

For Pain "Camber brand is garbage. Do not accept it. Tell them you want another brand. Tell your doctor it causes headaches, high blood pressure, and does nothing to the pain. They're allowed to reduce 20% of the active medicine in generics. This seems to be reduced by 75%."

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  • Hopel...
  • Taken for 5 to 10 years
  • March 23, 2019

For Chronic Pain "I've been on Percocets for years. Normally the A333 brand was swapped to the T194, then yellow, and then the M523. They all worked well! Until one day my pharmacy switched to the T194 Camber brand without my knowledge. Now, keep in mind I'm not picky nor brave enough to tell my pharmacist what brand to give me, considering the judgment of being labeled as an addict! After taking my first pill within 8 hours, my HEAD HURTED so bad it caused confusion, jitteriness, and cold sweats!! I researched the inactive ingredients and found it contains a silicone filler similar to sand. I also noticed a salty taste compared to the sweet taste of the M523 brand. This pill doesn't work, and the pharmacies and drug companies are putting profit ahead of our health."

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  • littl...
  • Taken for 1 to 2 years
  • July 21, 2013

For Chronic Pain "I was in a car accident that left me in a body cast for almost 1 year. I finally found a pain management doctor that I am brutally honest with. He put me on Percocet 10/325; we got rid of the Lortabs, added up to 3-5mg Valium for spasms, and I am functioning every day. I am no longer the guinea pig for all the super strong meds. No more morphine, fentanyl patches, etc. I know I may not be very pretty on the outside, but I can move, lift small objects, push a vacuum cleaner, and believe it or not, I can slow dance with my husband. I was handed back my quality of life because of this medicine. My bed is to sleep in now, not live in. It's worth every dime for what it has given me."

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  • Carol
  • Taken for 10 years or more
  • April 28, 2019

For Chronic Pain "I was involved in an auto accident 30 years ago and suffer with chronic fibromyalgia, spinal cord injury, spinal stenosis, chronic sciatic pain in both legs, different forms of arthritis, neuropathy in both feet and legs -- not to mention the constant burning from head to toe. I had to undergo many years of therapy, back surgeries, injections in neck, shoulders, back, buttocks, knees, feet, and even nerve blocks. I, too, have been having problems with the Percocet 10/325 brand not working the same as other brands. They are also affecting my breathing; it feels like my airways are getting cut off. My drug store changes my medicine a lot without notifying me and they're supposed to. Is anyone else having this problem? And, yes, the drug store's number one priority is PROFITS! Not us!"

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  • Potsey
  • Taken for 5 to 10 years
  • July 28, 2018

For Chronic Pain "I just received my refill for Oxycodone 10/325. It's the Camber brand. I received it once before, and it didn't do anything for my pain. I was forced to get it again, and I'm stuck for a month! What can be done about this? Is there a way to report them to the FDA? It's obviously a sugar pill or something. Isn't this against the law? How can I report this or contact Camber?"

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  • APano
  • Taken for 5 to 10 years
  • February 27, 2020

For Chronic Pain "My pharmacy only has the brand that is round white rp’s. They don’t touch my pain. My tolerance is so high, but no other drug store will give me 150 a month. I just had radio frequency ablation. Best thing eve, even after 2 spine fusions I have never had pain relief this good. Today is Thursday and I had It done last Friday. They say it takes weeks for total results. It kills the nerves and works for up to 1 Yr. I Recommend You Google It."

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  • Mercy
  • Taken for 5 to 10 years
  • November 29, 2018

For Chronic Pain "Do NOT accept Camber brand generic Percocet. They do NOTHING. I thought it was just me. It's not. There are hundreds of "me too" on this. It's a tiny round white pill. I have used generics of Percocet and other meds for years and never had an issue. Unless enough people call corporate offices, this sugar pill will be used. DEMAND a substitute. Your doctor can write to use only XYZ brand. No substitution. It's bad enough that the government is our doctor and cannot live up to the oath they took to put patients above State. Now add insult to injury with this garbage. It is legal for any generic to have up to 20% less active ingredient. Sometimes different fillers a pharma uses can have an effect on some patients. This is not the case here. These do nothing. Unless enough complain to corporate offices repeatedly, they will not change the brand they stock."

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  • Chef...
  • Taken for less than 1 month
  • July 12, 2019

For Chronic Pain "I've been taking the generic Percocet 10-325 made by Alvogen for years. I find it to be a very effective generic brand and have had little to no side effects; ( other than making me very energetic and manic) Today, my {same} pharmacy switched to a ( generic brand ) un-beknown to me. It's imprinted with a T194 on the pill and it's white and oblong (Camber Pharmaceuticals). This is interesting as I have never consumed this particular ( generic) brand. I have read all the comments and I'm doing my own, non-biased review of this brand. So far its working; but it's only been an hour since I took them. Its disheartening to read all the bad and negative comments on this particular brand but I will be honest with my review. It does give me the euphoria that my Alvogen brand gave me which indicates to me that "it's working" or at least gives one the impression. I will add to this review as time goes on because people react differently to different brands."

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  • tony
  • Taken for 10 years or more
  • September 27, 2021

For Chronic Pain "It feels like there is no opioids in these pills anymore. People suffer but yet the government is allowing tons of opioids coming across the Border that will be abused and dangerous to thousands of people. But if you take them responsibly to improve your life you can't get anything decent that works"

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  • Yaya
  • Taken for less than 1 month
  • September 23, 2018

For Chronic Pain "I have spinal stenosis, and severe arthritis in my knees. I have taken 10mg oxycodone for over 4 years, prescribed for three times a day. It doesn’t get rid of my pain, but definitely takes the edge off. I just moved and switched pharmacies, to Walgreens. As many have reported, Walgreens now uses pills manufactured by Camber, and they DO NOT WORK. I had leg cramps the first day I took them, and then woke up nauseous and with a horrible headache. Also my throat aches. I feel jittery. I cannot get another prescription until my time is up with these. I am a heart patient, so I am afraid of what ingredients Camber adds that cause the side effects. I reported this in full detail on the FDA website. Obviously, Walgreens makes a good profit and doesn’t want to change. I will change to a different pharmacy."

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  • Scotty
  • Taken for 5 to 10 years
  • October 19, 2023

For Chronic Pain "Generic Percocet 10-325 Alvogen seems to be the best generic brand. I suffer from herniated discs in my neck. My neurologist wants to operate on them. My cardiologist and GP both agree that my heart could not withstand the operation since I have aggressive coronary artery disease, bypass, and 23 stents. My GP and pharmacist both treat me like I’m some heroin addict, living under a bridge. Very embarrassing and uncomfortable, to say the least. They give you these medications to relieve your pain and make your life more manageable. Then they tell you that you need to stop taking them. The stigma alone of a person on these medications is enough to create unnecessary shame and guilt. So, I was recommended Suboxone. Suboxone is a terrible medication. It may work for people with high addictions. No one asks to be an addict when they are children. I have nothing but empathy and sympathy for such people."

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  • adopt...
  • Taken for 5 to 10 years
  • May 8, 2016

For Chronic Pain "I have chronic pain and for the last 10 years have tried all pain meds and the ONLY one that works is 10MG percs. I take about 5 a day and I can work full time and live my life as it lowers the pain to about a 5. I just pray that they leave PM doctors alone with this new push to get rid of opiates. I need them!"

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  • sickO...
  • April 9, 2013

For Chronic Pain "I am 23 and have degenerative disc disease, arthritis in my lower back, and two bulging discs. It began when I herniated two discs - L5, S1, and had a discectomy three years ago. I had relief for about 4 months, and then the pain came back. I am in constant pain now on a daily basis and unfortunately will probably be stuck on meds for the rest of my life. I have tried many different painkillers, and Percocet has been the most beneficial for eliminating my back pain."

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  • AmandaP
  • November 28, 2019

For Chronic Pain "My pharmacy changed. To percosets to ALVAGEN, brand. I had no idea because they were sent it through email. I returned them, through the mail I have a lumbar fusion and a neck fusion . I suffer unbearable pain. I had to take three. To Straighten my legs in the morning to walk . I think they are placebo's. I can't believe they actually giv these to chronic pain sufferers. It's a Shane when people really suffer in pain to give these to people j owing they can't fill their prescription again I returned to my mail pharmacy.. I ll suffer. Before you g to through all the trouble. It's not worth it I'll never take them again. Sincerely Amanda Poore"

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  • Dr St...
  • Taken for 2 to 5 years
  • May 26, 2013

For Chronic Pain "Been taking 10mg oxy/325mg acetaminophen for almost 3 years. I was unable to walk for 4 months awaiting surgery for microdisc as I could only afford what I had in savings. After relocating nerves and removal of partial disc, the pain went away. It lasted only 6 months and my back, legs, and rib cage became extremely painful again. With no help at hand, out of money, I ended up on Percocet (10mg oxy/325mg Tylenol). It works for the most part but needs a boost at times as it wears off in less than 5 hours. I am almost 100% disabled now as I am a prior Desert Storm Gulf War vet finding out recently I was also in contact with ionizing radiation. The Percocet is the only way I manage the 24-hour pain. Thanks Uncle Sam."

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  • Wakenda
  • Taken for 10 years or more
  • March 16, 2023

For Chronic Pain "I'm a survivor of Crohn's for 48 years now. My Crohns has advanced greatly so the pain has also. I'm in pain every day of my life even though I'm on biologics. My experience with generics, pharma companies, and pharmacies has been pure hell. Mallinckrodt is the only generic for 10/325 that actually works but CVS doesn't use them, instead they go the cheaper route to Rhodes. Not only is Rhodes barely effective but they use the lowest amount of the main ingredient they are allowed and their fillers can be quite toxic to those with sensitive systems. As a nurse I was able to get these lists, Rhodes was up there with others the law allows them to make the 10/325 and other meds, with the barest minimum allowed and no checks on fillers used. I'm sorry as hell to see where we've evolved with pharmaceutical companies, labs that make our meds, and our government not taking note of all these issues. My dog has better pain relief."

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